Superfood – Products with high content healthy substances

Superfood - Dish with healthy substances

Chlorella - Unicellular algae

Superfood - Spirulina

Green Barley - Field in Thuringia

Superfood - Barley field - (22-05-2015)

Goji berries - (27-12-2008)

Superfood - Cranberry - Franklin Farm, section of Oak Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA

Flax seed

Superfood - Chia seeds - Germany

Kefir - pouring into the glass

Superfood - Fermented dairy products - Buttermilk

Yoghurt in a steel vessel

Superfood - Oat Products - Oatmeal

Superfood - Red-Beetroot - before bolting

Superfood - Green tea Matcha - (06-07-2017)

Green tea Matcha - powder, leaf

Superfood – Products with high content of healthy substances

Superfood – Products with high content of healthy substances. The balanced diet, adequate physical activity, enough sleep and reduced stress all affect our health. For that reason, new foods are increasingly being sought. To support a healthy lifestyle. Nutritionists support this  kind of meal very often. These foods contain much more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and help the body to increase its immunity.

However, some critics say that there is no evidence that it have any “superpowers”. And even with food, a large amount does not mean a greater effect. Moreover, many of them are imported from abroad, which also entails some environmental burden. Additionally, you pay more for them.

Products list:

Green products:

Chlorella – Freshwater algae have been in the world for several billion years.

Spirulina – Blue-green cyanosis often confused with chlorella, this organism exists on Earth 3.5 billion years.

Green Barley – Cultivated as the world’s first sweet grass. Most often consumed in the form of a drink.

Dried fruits:

Goji berries – Main advantage of these fruits is the large amount of vitamin C and fiber.

Cranberry – It is especially valued for its high content of vitamins C, K and E.

Seeds:

Flax – The positive effects of eating were already known in ancient Babylon and Egypt.

Chia – Valued and liked by the ancient Aztecs and Mayans.

Others:

Fermented dairy products:

KefirEspecially important for the proper composition of the intestinal microflora.

Buttermilk – It protects the intestinal mucosa. From the formation and absorption of toxic substances.

Yogurt – It helps to strengthen the immune system and lower blood cholesterol.

Oat products:

Oat products – The pioneers in its cultivation were probably the Slavs.

Beetroots:

Beetroot – It is one of the healthiest and most versatile vegetables. It comes from the Mediterranean basin.

Matcha Green tea:

Matcha Green tea – The oldest Japanese tea that is also used in Buddhist ceremonies.

Flax seeds – Known in ancient Babylon and Egypt

Flax seed

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Linum usitatissimum - Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan - (27-08-2012)

Flax seed - (01-02-2016)

Golden Flax seed - (11-10-2019)

Flax seeds – Known in ancient Babylon and Egypt

Flax seeds – The positive effects of eating flaxseeds were known in ancient Babylon and Egypt. Where they were added to food and medicines. They believed so much in the healing effects that they even gave him a royal seal and enacted law ordering regular consumption of linseed. Little is known that it contains more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon. Significantly contributes to lowering the level of harmful cholesterol in the body, protecting blood vessels and maintaining a healthy digestive tract.

The main reason people consume seeds is because of unsaturated fatty acids and phytoestrogens called lignans. Which are very similar to human hormones and support hormonal balance mainly in women. Especially during menstruation or menopause. Flaxseed is recommended to be used before childbirth, because they relax the birthing canals and help to start proper lactation. They can suppress fatigue, help with stress, and even lower cholesterol and thus the risk of stroke.

Hammurabi Codex – Set of laws of ancient Babylon

Hammurabi Codex - Set of laws of ancient BabylonHammurabi Codex - Museum in Louvre, Paris, FranceHammurabi Codex - Set of laws of ancient Babylon

Hammurabi Codex – Set of laws of ancient Babylon

Hammurabi Codex – It was a set of laws that were valid in Babylon. The text of the codex was engraved in the diorite with a cuneiform script in the Babylonian dialect of the Akkadian language. He covered all areas of life – inheritances, adoptions, thefts, medical and many more. With the exception of the king, society was divided into three layers: nobles, plebeians and slaves. In all the layers men were higher than women. Penalties were performed according to the “eye for an eye” principle – if someone damaged the eye of a Babylonian nobleman, he was deprived of his eye. However, when a nobleman who damaged the plebeian’s eye was a nobleman, he was only fined. Robbing the house during a fire was punished with burning, while adultery resulted in throwing connected lovers into the river.

Alcohol creation location – Oldest alcoholic beverage

Alcohol creation location - Drinking wine from crystal glass

Alcohol creation location – Oldest alcoholic beverage

Alcohol creation location – Most likely the oldest alcoholic beverage was produced wine grape. This drink was already known at least 8 thousand. years ago, and its production was recorded in the Middle East. Not much younger is the production of beer. The ancient Babylonians brewed them already 7 thousand. years ago.

Beetroot – Healthiest and most universal vegetable

Red Beetroot - Superfood - before bolting

The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroots - San Francisco, USA - (05-01-2014)

Beetroot from Pakistan - (17-01-2009)

Beetroot - (14-03-2014)

Variety of Beetroots - (08-07-2017)

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable. A team of British researchers found that beetroot significantly lowers blood pressure in people with hypertension. It contains large amounts of inorganic nitrates. In the human body, they turn into nitric oxide (NO), which relaxes and dilates the vessels.

It is native to the Mediterranean basin and was eaten very often in ancient Babylon. The Romans are mainly responsible for its expansion around Europe. In the middle of the last millennium, it began to be cultivated practically throughout Europe, with the exception of the Nordic countries. It contains vitamins B and C, carotene, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, silicon, iron, folic acid or silica.

Some say that beetroot should be eaten to prevent cancer. They also serve as an aid in overcoming cancer and later recovering from recovery. All because of its ability to neutralize harmful substances in the body and promote their subsequent excretion. Especially from the brain and gut. It also improves heart function, lowers blood pressure, and helps in proper digestion and excretion.